Tour European wines at Brasserie Provence dinner

Brasserie Provence, 150 N. Hurstbourne Pkwy., will host a 5-course wine dinner on Thursday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m. Wine expert David DuBou from Vintner Select has selected wine pairings of wines made with...

News and notes, June edition

Wine classes, garden parties, old standards departing and newcomers arriving are part of the early summer restaurant news as we head into summer. Bristol wine class studies Napa vineyards Brush up on your California wine knowledge...

Kaelin’s is back … but as a coffeehouse.

It’s been a few years since Kaelin’s Restaurant, the self-proclaimed genesis of the cheeseburger, closed and opened anew as Mulligan’s Pub. Now the name is back, only slapped onto a new coffeehouse-café sharing the...

Ghyslain to open 2nd location; group declares intentions for L&N site

There's only one bad thing about Ghyslain on Market. It's so busy that it's hard to get in there at all!  But, according to Ghyslain Maurais himself, a new restaurant is coming to Westport Village...

World Cafe potentially bringing restaurant to Whiskey Row

City goverment insiders are talking with a great deal of enthusiasm about a successful music/dining concept coming here from Philadelphia. We heard chatter about this concept more than a year ago as they looked at buildings...

Is St. Matthews becoming Louisville’s barbecue central?

The recent opening of Atypical Man BBQ in St. Matthews (119 Saint Matthews Ave.) makes a third solid barbecue joint in an area better known for boutique shops and Bluegrass Brewing Co. beers. Given that...